The worst movie endings in the history of cinema

These movie endings are the epitome of anti-climactic

#12 The Dark Knight Rises

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When “The Dark Knight Rises” was released in 2012, people flocked to the cinemas like sheep, because you can never go wrong with a Batman movie, right? Well, no.

After all that Harvey Dent drama in the previous movie, Bruce Wayne so nobly takes responsibility for the crimes he committed in order to keep his rep clean (Why though?). Obviously, Gotham City’s finest is now hunting him down. The plot progresses with a strange encounter that involves Selina Kyle A.K.A. Catwoman (Anne Hathaway), Talia Al Ghul (Marion Cotillard), and Bane (Tom Hardy). The heroes protect the city, get into a little trouble, then defeat the villain in the end. (Were we the only ones terrified by Bane?)

While the movie was interesting in the beginning and middle, the end was sort of cliche. Don’t get us wrong, we love a conclusion wherein good defeats evil. We just believe that there are more creative ways to do it. As a consultation prize, Anne Hathaway’s lovely face always lights up the screen.